Re: Royalties for JAMA Java Matrix Package
JAMA is in the public domain.
It can be used for any purpose without royalty.
We would appreciate some form of acknowledgement, however.
Evidence that this software is put to good use is important
to justify our work on projects like this.
Ben Stefanski wrote:
> I am working with a small start up that is developing
> software to sell to fortune 500 companies. We are
> planning on using some of your source code in our
> applications. Our understanding is that we will not
> need to pay any royalties. Is that correct?
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